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  • verb

Synonyms for assume

Synonyms for assume

to put (an article of clothing) on one's person

to take on or give a false appearance of

to take for granted without proof

to lay claim to for oneself or as one's right

Synonyms for assume

take to be the case or to be true

take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities

take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect

take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person

occupy or take on

seize and take control without authority and possibly with force

make a pretence of

take up someone's soul into heaven

put clothing on one's body

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Of course, a taxpayer who is also a consumer of an end product pays as part of the purchase price any value added tax embedded in that price; however, the value added tax is not applicable to our interviewees as commercial operators assumedly with annual sales below fifteen million FCFA.
hammoniensis in many European lakes) and can grow very large and live assumedly up to 20 years, was thoroughly studied by Jenderedjian (1994a, 1994b).
The all-important irreplaceable proviso, in effect an interdiction, is that the wretched turncoat remain faithful to his wife, with all the affection of which his heart is assumedly all the while still perfectly capable ("Wakefield", 295).
The differences in the rheological behavior could be attributed to the better homogenization of the more exfoliated PNCs assumedly due to the different state of dispersion (27).
These scenes are often used to create a sensational effect as the gender of an assumedly cisgender character is revealed to be shockingly "fake," and to play upon the audience's ingrained homophobia, producing either disgust or crass laughter (Serano 37).
The mentor did not want to derail this student teacher's apprenticeship, but she was worried that the confrontations might escalate and destroy any sense of a caring classroom community, and she was perplexed at how to "mentor" someone who assumedly already knew how to teach.
33) Therefore, the well-being of the military would make the members more likely to remain loyal to the regime and assumedly, whereas the loss of these financial privileges aggravated by a popular uprising would be quite likely to produce disloyalty.
Matt Tennyson, John McCarthy, Frazer McLaren, James Sheppard, Bracken Kearns, Matt Irwin, Matt Pelech and Nick Petrecki were all absent on Saturday, assumedly about to head west to San Jose.
Assumedly, from this slumber, the reader, upon being sparked by Elizabeth's "beames bright," as depicted in the many versions of her in the text, is able to move to a state where experience of the text's visual imagery reveals previously unseen wisdom--while a reader is exposed to observable reality, s/he is simultaneously pulled away from this very reality.
Class stereotypes are also behind "Up on the Roof," which features an assumedly conservative, middle-class speaker chastising people for not considering how they look on national TV as they await rescue.
I was upset by the idea that the band was going to play Birmingham and play it assumedly without me.
These same experienced hopefuls would, assumedly come head to head with locally-based bankers who have been redundant and are still on the job hunt as well as with new university graduates desperate to get a foot in the door.
Assumedly, in the case of entrapment, prior acts evidence is allowed because the defendant is allowed to raise a defense of entrapment while maintaining his factual innocence of the crime under a plea of not guilty.
Although Achebe was not the first black African or even Nigerian to "write in the assumedly non-indigenous tradition of extended prose narrative, his novel charted a course that has proven epochal in the definition of African literature within the pool of world literatures.
It seems the family took a barbecue into the tent at the end of the night and assumedly thought it had gone out, but it must have been still smouldering.